No7 Protect & Perfect Trial: Final Thoughts

I’ve now been using my No7 Protect & Perfect moisturiser routine for a good month, so feel ready to share my final thoughts on the products.

My first thought when it comes to No7 Protect & Perfect is how nicely balanced and moisturised my skin has felt whilst using it – despite the crazy, changeable weather, going from Autumn to mid-Summer… my skin has stayed nice and even. Which is no mean feat, my skin generally tends to get very dry when the seasons change, with horrid flaky bits – but none of that to be seen, so far!

Wrinkle-reducing wise, it’s a little hard to say for sure – I don’t think there has been a dramatic reduction but I do think the moisturisers and eye cream have kept the eye area really hydrated, so the lines are less prominent than they can be and therefore look less obvious.

My only little wish for the products is that they would be available in a bottle with a pump rather than a screw top pot. It’s probably just me being a bit fussy, but I’d love to see these available in that sort of portable-friendly packaging!

I can happily say that this combination of moisturisers, the day, night and eye-cream are ideal for mid-late twenties skin – I haven’t found them heavy or causing breakouts at all. But they really do the job of keeping skin soft and hydrated.

You can find out more about the individual products I have been trialling below:

No7 Protect & Perfect Day Cream (SPF15) – £21, 50ml
No7 Protect & Perfect Night Cream – £22, 50ml
No7 Protect & Perfect Eye Cream – £18, 15ml



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1 Comment

  1. Ms Bubu
    October 4, 2011 / 11:01 am

    I have been using these products on/off since last year. I love them, they smell nice, don’t feel heavy and doesn’t break me oout or make my skin oilier. I also noticed a big differenc on my boyfriend when he uses the eye cream. Not so much on myself,as I don’t have many lines around there. I also wish they would come in a pump, as I think when you get halfway in the pot, it is kinda messy, you get cream on your hands, etc.plus bacteries and air…

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